Mantis Cranes Technical Brochure

Mantis Cranes Technical Brochure for 2015 was recently launched, containing information on our range of Self Erecting Tower Cranes and City Tower Cranes.

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The technical brochure also contains details on crane attachments available for hire including our new range of generators. See below for a preview of the new technical brochure.

More Information on Mantis Cranes Technical Brochure

For further details or to request a brochure contact Mantis Cranes.

The new Mantis Cranes technical brochure was produced in collaboration with Reid Design, Ballybofey, Co Donegal.

If you would like to enquire about crane suitability for your project please contact us at your earliest opportunity.

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